The next steps in the [email protected] project were defined at the second partnership meeting

OBJAVLJENO 29.6.2021.  |  AUTOR: Admin

The second partnership meeting organized by the lead beneficiary, Varaždin County, in the project Active Tourism Meets Advanced Technology in Cross-Border Area - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., was held on Tuesday, June 8, from 9:30 to 10:30 online, via the Zoom platform.

The next steps in the AT@AT.CB project were defined at the second partnership meeting

Members of the project teams of the partners gathered - Varaždin County, Varaždin County Tourist Board, Csurgó Municipality and Pannonia University, Nagykanizsa campus, and a simultaneous translation from Hungarian into Croatian and vice versa was provided at the meeting.

Representatives of project partners discussed upcoming activities, ie seven current topics - (construction) works in Csurgó and Varaždin, technical assistance to the project, promotional TV reports, submitted first reports to control bodies, a medieval fair and other events organized by the Municipality of Csurgó during the project, project flyers, and locations that will be included in the application for mobile devices, which will also be a tourist attraction.

The Hungarian partners informed the Croatian partners about the need to move the tunnel that will lead to the visitor center to a new location, given that the tunnel was flooded and the financial structure has changed significantly as a result. In accordance with this change, it was agreed to change the project form, according to the instructions of the Joint Secretariat of the HUHR in Budapest.

The Croatian partners informed the Hungarians about the change of government in Varaždin County, considering that the governement was formally and legally taken over by the team composed of the prefect Anđelko Stričak and deputy Silvija Zagorec.

In the meantime, the municipality of Csurgó has received technical assistance in the implementation of the project, and a public procurement of external experts for promotional activities is underway.

A representative of Pannonia University, Nagykanizsa Campus, Ms. Nikolett Simon, informed the gathered that the development of the tourist attraction is going according to the project, and the next meeting will be dedicated to it; mobile application.

The next meeting is scheduled for early July, and the first project flyer proposal is expected by then.